How to bag a prince
Now that Wills is officially hitched all eyes have turned to his younger brother, Harry. Good news is he’s available; bad news is he’s a prince…which means that your chances of becoming his girlfriend are pretty slim. Still, no harm in aiming high, and even if you can’t bag a prince you can still attract an equally handsome and well-to-do chap. Here’s how:
Hit the London club scene
Fun-loving Prince Harry is never far from a party, so hanging out at his favourite haunts should guarantee you a sighting at least. Mahiki, Boujis and even racy joint The Box are all said to be popular with the third in line to the throne. It worked for Lauren Pope, after all. The Towie star claims she was chatted up by Harry after accidentally elbowing him in China White. But if sweaty nightspots aren't for you, try polo matches and other Champagne-laden sporting events.
Learn to sing
If rumours are to be believed and Prince Harry has dated Mollie King of The Saturdays, the chances are your Prince Charming is a sucker for a sweet voice. So get out your song sheet and start warbling. When you're up to scratch, get your pals involved and set up a band – just make sure you get to stand front of stage!
Work the catwalk
Kate Middleton was the envy of girls around the globe when she won the affections of Prince William while at university in St Andrews. She famously caught his eye while wearing a see-through dress during a student fashion show for charity – highlighting both her fab figure and her kind heart. Harry is said to have dated models too, like Florence Brudenell-Bruce, so the ability to put your best foot forward will stand you in good stead.
Train your brain
Harry has been linked to a string of attractive young ladies, but the one relationship that stands out as the most significant was with Chelsy Davy. The daughter of a Zimbabwean landowner is a solicitor at a top law firm. Their five-year on-off romance ultimately ended – with reports that Chelsy didn't fancy the royal lifestyle – but the brainy blonde clearly made quite an impression.
Join the Army
It's a relatively untested method in the field of Harry-hunting, but it could be worth a try. Prince William got to know his future bride during their four years at university in Scotland, where they both studied history of art. Perhaps Harry, a qualified Apache helicopter pilot, would find common ground with a lady who shares his love of the military life. And as men outnumber women in the forces, it wouldn't be hard to stand out.